Working with municipalities about innovative technology

Our company has more than 20 years of experience of working with with new technologies, at first in educational contexts. There was a period when schools liked new approaches to learning they thought interactive technology would afford. What we, and the school, forgot, was that there was not much interaction in their curriculum, so we [...]

2018-02-22T14:07:51+00:00February 22nd, 2018|Blog|

New Tools for the Establishment of a Stronger Cyber-Security Framework in the EU

The European Commission presented a couple of moths back its proposals on cybercrime in the EU, suggesting at the same time the establishment of an EU Cyber ​​Security Agency, to be incorporated into the existing EU Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) based in Heraklion, Crete. With digital technologies being the backbone of the European [...]

2018-02-20T14:31:54+00:00February 16th, 2018|Blog|

The Benefits of Cyberthreat Information Exchange

Cyberattacks have attracted interest due to both the frequency that successful attacks occur at, as well as the strong impact they may have on organisations. In response to this, the security industry developed a variety of products and solutions providing security event management and incident response. These products rely on gathering and analysing a broad [...]

2018-02-16T10:04:52+00:00February 16th, 2018|Blog|

Systems and Dependency Analysis of the systems of the cities of Larissa and Rome

We’ve just put the finishing touches to the first iteration of the Systems and Dependency Analysis of the systems of the cities of Larissa and Rome. This is being done in order to establish some Cybersecurity requirements for local public administrations. The report was passed to the internal review team last week and will be [...]

2018-02-14T13:13:58+00:00February 14th, 2018|Blog|

Barriers to achieving higher levels of cybersecurity in Local Government

The 2016 Cybersecurity  survey[1] of local government chief information officers revealed that the general inability in local government to offer competitive salaries, combined with a lack of cybersecurity staff, and a recurring lack of funds  have prevented local governments from achieving higher levels of cybersecurity[2]. Almost a third (32%) of the respondents reported an increase [...]

2018-02-14T13:13:05+00:00February 13th, 2018|Blog|
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